Poland is main destination for Ukrainian refugees - Polish migration expert
Ukraine Today's special correspondent in Warsaw Margarita Sytnik is joined by Marta Jaroszewicz, migration project coordinator for the Centre for Eastern Studies, who has recently published a report on Ukrainians' migration caused by east Ukraine war and economic instability.
"Currently legally in the EU there are 800,000 Ukrainians staying at the end of 2014. But we don't know how many of those people came because of the war on Donbas and due to economic reasons to Poland. But this is my personal feelings that the exact number would be 300,000 - 400,000 Ukrainians," Jaroszewicz said, according to Ukraine Today.
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